The Heritage of Green Hills, a healthy lifeplan community in Cumru Township, Berks County, threw a pop-up party in honor of National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day.
“We’ve begun surprising residents now and then with unannounced parties,” said Well by Design Director Cheryl Anderson. “While it’s nice to have something fun to look forward to, it’s also great to have a fun surprise just pop up!”
In keeping with the theme, Anderson made four king-sized loaves worth of PB&J sandwiches at home and brought them in.
“Of course they’re homemade,” she said, laughing. “The whole point of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is that is homemade! It’s an expression of love, whether it’s a parent packing up a sandwich for a child or a friend serving up a tasty bit of nostalgia for a friend. PB&J’s just fill you with comfort.”
At the pop-up party — which was held on the official National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, April 2 — residents gathered over sandwiches, talked about the Phillies and filled in new community members on what types of trips and outings they can look forward to now that they’re received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and the world is expected to open up later in 2021.
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